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« Reply #90 on: November 17, 2010, 07:00:13 AM »
And the ones that don't stone adulterers are disobeying the word of God.

"For truly, I say to you, till heaven and earth pass away, not an iota, not a dot, will pass the law until all is accomplished.  Whoever then relaxes one of the least of these commandments and teaches men so, shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven; but he who does them and teaches them shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven."  (Matthew 5:18-19)

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« Reply #91 on: November 17, 2010, 07:04:53 AM »
And the ones that don't stone adulterers are disobeying the word of God.

"For truly, I say to you, till heaven and earth pass away, not an iota, not a dot, will pass the law until all is accomplished.  Whoever then relaxes one of the least of these commandments and teaches men so, shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven; but he who does them and teaches them shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven."  (Matthew 5:18-19)

Hmm, what did Jesus himself say on the issue of stoning people who cheat on their husbands? "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone"

I don't care what some poor monk in his lust penned under the name of mathew, christ already spoke on the issue.

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« Reply #92 on: November 17, 2010, 07:09:31 AM »
And the ones that don't stone adulterers are disobeying the word of God.

"For truly, I say to you, till heaven and earth pass away, not an iota, not a dot, will pass the law until all is accomplished.  Whoever then relaxes one of the least of these commandments and teaches men so, shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven; but he who does them and teaches them shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven."  (Matthew 5:18-19)

Hmm, what did Jesus himself say on the issue of stoning people who cheat on their husbands? "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone"

I don't care what some poor monk in his lust penned under the name of mathew, christ already spoke on the issue.

I wasnt even going to point it out Raist.  They wont ever get it.

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« Reply #93 on: November 17, 2010, 08:36:56 AM »
And "He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her," is in John 8:7. What's the difference? Obviously there is a contradiction here.

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"For truly, I say to you, till heaven and earth pass away, not an iota, not a dot, will pass the law until all is accomplished.  Whoever then relaxes one of the least of these commandments and teaches men so, shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven; but he who does them and teaches them shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven." (Matthew 5:18-19)

Apparently this one doesn't count, but this one:

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"He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her." (John 8:7)

does count. Why?


The point I'm trying to make is that both books are violent, it depends on how you read them. Don't try and say that the Bible isn't violent when it is.

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« Reply #94 on: November 17, 2010, 09:13:06 AM »
And "He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her," is in John 8:7. What's the difference? Obviously there is a contradiction here.

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"For truly, I say to you, till heaven and earth pass away, not an iota, not a dot, will pass the law until all is accomplished.  Whoever then relaxes one of the least of these commandments and teaches men so, shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven; but he who does them and teaches them shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven." (Matthew 5:18-19)

Apparently this one doesn't count, but this one:

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"He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her." (John 8:7)

does count. Why?


The point I'm trying to make is that both books are violent, it depends on how you read them. Don't try and say that the Bible isn't violent when it is.

The books are violent I've admitted that.

All you are showing here is that mathew is obviously a book written by someone with a more violent slant. I somehow doubt a direct quote will pass down the generations and make it into the bible, but I do think the actions of jesus (or the stories he told that later were turned into actions) would at least keep their main meaning.

Here is the difference, the quran is believed by muslims to be the exact word of muhammed. Their religion is based entirely on it. The Bible on the other hand is just a compilation of holy books written by many different authors throughout christian/jewish history, and most reasonable christians understand that a lost of it is opinion from the authors.

If you want to claim that christianity (the religion) believes in stoning women, then show that that is a custom or practice of the religion. So far you have shown that a passage, within a book, that records the history of the religion, shows that someone said we should stone adulterers. I have shown that the man that decided what the religion is and started it was against stoning adulterers.

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« Reply #95 on: November 17, 2010, 09:15:53 AM »
From July 7 2010

http://technorati.com/lifestyle/article/still-stoning-women-to-death-and1/


Oops wait...thats the wrong religion isn't it.  Sorry my bad.

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« Reply #96 on: November 17, 2010, 09:22:44 AM »
From July 7 2010

http://technorati.com/lifestyle/article/still-stoning-women-to-death-and1/


Oops wait...thats the wrong religion isn't it.  Sorry my bad.

As has been said before, the reason Islam is violent has more to do with the history of the region rather than the history of the religion.

I will concede that Islam in its current state is violent in many respects, though. Here's an interesting picture from Iran, which was mentioned in your article, before Islam was dominant.



From 1968, "A quarter of Iran's Nuclear Energy scientists are women."

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« Reply #97 on: November 17, 2010, 09:31:06 AM »
In order for his avatar's statistic to be correct, there would have to be five terrorist attacks per day. Has anyone checked if his statistic is even accurate?

Im sure with a little searching you could find each one listed.

http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/attacks-2009.htm

There are no citations or sources. How are we to know they didn't make up the events?


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« Reply #98 on: November 17, 2010, 09:56:53 AM »
Be liberated from the slavery of the imaginary Allah and the false Prophet Mohammed and leave Islam today.

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« Reply #99 on: November 17, 2010, 10:13:14 AM »
Here is the difference, the quran is believed by muslims to be the exact word of muhammed.

You don't think many Christians believe the Bible to be the exact word of God?

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« Reply #100 on: November 17, 2010, 02:03:42 PM »
Here is the difference, the quran is believed by muslims to be the exact word of muhammed.

You don't think many Christians believe the Bible to be the exact word of God?

Most do not, I hope.

While it is true that it is a custom that god inspired those who wrote it, you would have to be rather extreme to say that every word is the word of god.

Either way, the bible is mostly a history book.

As shown by the stoning example, the bible may say to stone people, but christians do not turn that verse into a custom of the religion. The quran tells to stone people and muslims do take that into the custom of their religion.

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« Reply #101 on: November 17, 2010, 03:14:24 PM »
Here is the difference, the quran is believed by muslims to be the exact word of muhammed.

You don't think many Christians believe the Bible to be the exact word of God?

Most do not, I hope.

While it is true that it is a custom that god inspired those who wrote it, you would have to be rather extreme to say that every word is the word of god.

Either way, the bible is mostly a history book.

As shown by the stoning example, the bible may say to stone people, but christians do not turn that verse into a custom of the religion. The quran tells to stone people and muslims do take that into the custom of their religion.

These people probably take it a bit too seriously:




There are a spectrum of believers in all religions.

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« Reply #102 on: November 17, 2010, 04:50:08 PM »

As has been said before, the reason Islam is violent has more to do with the history of the region rather than the history of the religion.

I will concede that Islam in its current state is violent in many respects, though. Here's an interesting picture from Iran, which was mentioned in your article, before Islam was dominant.



From 1968, "A quarter of Iran's Nuclear Energy scientists are women."

Thank you for proving my point.  Now, pay attention Trekky.  Watch for yourself and make up your own mind....but its going to get worse before it gets better.  You will see.

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« Reply #103 on: November 17, 2010, 08:22:27 PM »
Eh, people always say that.


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« Reply #104 on: November 17, 2010, 09:04:39 PM »
Here is the difference, the quran is believed by muslims to be the exact word of muhammed.

You don't think many Christians believe the Bible to be the exact word of God?

Most do not, I hope.

While it is true that it is a custom that god inspired those who wrote it, you would have to be rather extreme to say that every word is the word of god.

Either way, the bible is mostly a history book.

As shown by the stoning example, the bible may say to stone people, but christians do not turn that verse into a custom of the religion. The quran tells to stone people and muslims do take that into the custom of their religion.

Maybe I'm am just from a freaky part of the country, but here there are bible literalists that do think every word is the word of God. They justify not stoning people by saying Jesus made the Old Testament Laws not matter. If you point out any places that do not make sense or are contradictory they just reply that the "original" bible is the perfect world of God, but translators are shit and that's why there may be errors.

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« Reply #105 on: November 21, 2010, 08:52:35 AM »
Here is the difference, the quran is believed by muslims to be the exact word of muhammed.

You don't think many Christians believe the Bible to be the exact word of God?

Most do not, I hope.

While it is true that it is a custom that god inspired those who wrote it, you would have to be rather extreme to say that every word is the word of god.

Either way, the bible is mostly a history book.

As shown by the stoning example, the bible may say to stone people, but christians do not turn that verse into a custom of the religion. The quran tells to stone people and muslims do take that into the custom of their religion.

Maybe I'm am just from a freaky part of the country, but here there are bible literalists that do think every word is the word of God. They justify not stoning people by saying Jesus made the Old Testament Laws not matter. If you point out any places that do not make sense or are contradictory they just reply that the "original" bible is the perfect world of God, but translators are shit and that's why there may be errors.

Well, those people are idiots. I don't think that they represent christianity as a whole or even views typical for a christian.

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« Reply #106 on: November 21, 2010, 10:14:43 AM »
Here is the difference, the quran is believed by muslims to be the exact word of muhammed.

You don't think many Christians believe the Bible to be the exact word of God?

Most do not, I hope.

While it is true that it is a custom that god inspired those who wrote it, you would have to be rather extreme to say that every word is the word of god.

Either way, the bible is mostly a history book.

As shown by the stoning example, the bible may say to stone people, but christians do not turn that verse into a custom of the religion. The quran tells to stone people and muslims do take that into the custom of their religion.

Maybe I'm am just from a freaky part of the country, but here there are bible literalists that do think every word is the word of God. They justify not stoning people by saying Jesus made the Old Testament Laws not matter. If you point out any places that do not make sense or are contradictory they just reply that the "original" bible is the perfect world of God, but translators are shit and that's why there may be errors.

Well, those people are idiots. I don't think that they represent christianity as a whole or even views typical for a christian.

Maybe the Southwest and Texas is just retarded then. I can accept that. I actually find it interesting that the mormons here (there are lots) tend to be more reasonable than the Christians.

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« Reply #107 on: November 21, 2010, 11:15:33 AM »
Here is the difference, the quran is believed by muslims to be the exact word of muhammed.

You don't think many Christians believe the Bible to be the exact word of God?

Most do not, I hope.

While it is true that it is a custom that god inspired those who wrote it, you would have to be rather extreme to say that every word is the word of god.

Either way, the bible is mostly a history book.

As shown by the stoning example, the bible may say to stone people, but christians do not turn that verse into a custom of the religion. The quran tells to stone people and muslims do take that into the custom of their religion.

Maybe I'm am just from a freaky part of the country, but here there are bible literalists that do think every word is the word of God. They justify not stoning people by saying Jesus made the Old Testament Laws not matter. If you point out any places that do not make sense or are contradictory they just reply that the "original" bible is the perfect world of God, but translators are shit and that's why there may be errors.

Well, those people are idiots. I don't think that they represent christianity as a whole or even views typical for a christian.

Maybe the Southwest and Texas is just retarded then. I can accept that. I actually find it interesting that the mormons here (there are lots) tend to be more reasonable than the Christians.

Mormons are christians....

redacted after remembering mormon doctrine. While they do think the christian god was a "god" they think he is one that used to be a man, like everyone else. So they more just acknowledge Christianity.
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« Reply #109 on: November 23, 2010, 11:47:57 PM »
I might be wrong but isn't the amount of terrorist attacks by fundamentalist Christians way higher than by Muslims in USA?
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« Reply #110 on: November 24, 2010, 03:02:42 AM »
I might be wrong but isn't the amount of terrorist attacks by fundamentalist Christians way higher than by Muslims in USA?
I was under this impression, but I never bothered to confirm.
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« Reply #111 on: November 24, 2010, 03:48:10 AM »
I might be wrong but isn't the amount of terrorist attacks by fundamentalist Christians way higher than by Muslims in USA?

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« Reply #112 on: November 24, 2010, 04:12:16 AM »
I might be wrong but isn't the amount of terrorist attacks by fundamentalist Christians way higher than by Muslims in USA?

Look kids i can make wacky claims without any kind of evidence to back it up.  Fun stuff.

It's not so nutty if you include the Klan in your calculations or are we going to get a re-hashed 'No True Scotsman' defence here?

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« Reply #113 on: November 24, 2010, 09:21:28 AM »
I might be wrong but isn't the amount of terrorist attacks by fundamentalist Christians way higher than by Muslims in USA?

Look kids i can make wacky claims without any kind of evidence to back it up.  Fun stuff.

Arson, bombing, and property crime

According to NAF, since 1977 in the United States and Canada, property crimes committed against abortion providers have included 41 bombings, 173 arsons, 91 attempted bombings or arsons, 619 bomb threats, 1630 incidents of trespassing, 1264 incidents of vandalism, and 100 attacks with butyric acid ("stink bombs").[10] The first clinic arson occurred in Oregon in March 1976 and the first bombing occurred in February 1978 in Ohio.[16] More recent incidents have included:[5]

    * December 25, 1984: An abortion clinic and two physicians' offices in Pensacola, Florida were bombed in the early morning of Christmas Day by a quartet of young people (Matt Goldsby, Jimmy Simmons, Kathy Simmons, Kaye Wiggins) who later called the bombings "a gift to Jesus on his birthday."[17][18][19]
    * October 1999: Martin Uphoff set fire to a Planned Parenthood clinic in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, causing US$100 worth of damage. He was later sentenced to 60 months in prison.[20]
    * May 28, 2000: An arson at a clinic in Concord, New Hampshire on resulted in damage estimated at US$20,000. The case remains unsolved.[21]
    * September 30, 2000: John Earl, a Catholic priest, drove his car into the Northern Illinois Health Clinic after learning that the FDA had approved the drug RU-486. He pulled out an ax before being forced to the ground by the owner of the building who fired two warning shots from a shotgun.[22]
    * June 11, 2001: An unsolved bombing at a clinic in Tacoma, Washington destroyed a wall, resulting in US$6000 in damages.[20]
    * July 4, 2005: A clinic Palm Beach, Florida was the target of an arson. The case remains open.[20]
    * December 12, 2005: Patricia Hughes and Jeremy Dunahoe threw a Molotov cocktail at a clinic in Shreveport, Louisiana. The device missed the building and no damage was caused. In August 2006, Hughes was sentenced to six years in prison, and Dunahoe to one year. Hughes claimed the bomb was a “memorial lamp” for an abortion she had had there.[23]
    * September 13, 2006 David McMenemy of Rochester Hills, Michigan crashed his car into the Edgerton Women's Care Center in Davenport, Iowa. He then doused the lobby in gasoline and then started a fire. McMenemy committed these acts in the belief that the center was performing abortions, however Edgerton is not an abortion clinic.[24]
    * April 25, 2007: A package left at a women's health clinic in Austin, Texas contained an explosive device capable of inflicting serious injury or death. A bomb squad detonated the device after evacuating the building. Paul Ross Evans (who had a criminal record for armed robbery and theft) was found guilty of the crime.[25]
    * May 9, 2007: An unidentified person deliberately set fire to a Planned Parenthood clinic in Virginia Beach, Virginia.[26]
    * December 6, 2007: Chad Altman and Sergio Baca were arrested for the arson of Dr. Curtis Boyd's clinic in Albuquerque. Altman’s girlfriend had scheduled an appointment for an abortion at the clinic.[27]
    * January 22, 2009 Matthew L. Derosia, 32, who was reported to have had a history of mental illness [28] rammed a SUV into the front entrance of a Planned Parenthood clinic in St. Paul, Minnesota.[29]

Just a few though.

Maybe Muslim terrorist had more killings in one time, but anti abortionist still hold the number 1 position of the amount of terrorist attacks.
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« Reply #114 on: November 25, 2010, 12:21:59 AM »
I might be wrong but isn't the amount of terrorist attacks by fundamentalist Christians way higher than by Muslims in USA?

Look kids i can make wacky claims without any kind of evidence to back it up.  Fun stuff.

Arson, bombing, and property crime

According to NAF, since 1977 in the United States and Canada, property crimes committed against abortion providers have included 41 bombings, 173 arsons, 91 attempted bombings or arsons, 619 bomb threats, 1630 incidents of trespassing, 1264 incidents of vandalism, and 100 attacks with butyric acid ("stink bombs").[10] The first clinic arson occurred in Oregon in March 1976 and the first bombing occurred in February 1978 in Ohio.[16] More recent incidents have included:[5]

    * December 25, 1984: An abortion clinic and two physicians' offices in Pensacola, Florida were bombed in the early morning of Christmas Day by a quartet of young people (Matt Goldsby, Jimmy Simmons, Kathy Simmons, Kaye Wiggins) who later called the bombings "a gift to Jesus on his birthday."[17][18][19]
    * October 1999: Martin Uphoff set fire to a Planned Parenthood clinic in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, causing US$100 worth of damage. He was later sentenced to 60 months in prison.[20]
    * May 28, 2000: An arson at a clinic in Concord, New Hampshire on resulted in damage estimated at US$20,000. The case remains unsolved.[21]
    * September 30, 2000: John Earl, a Catholic priest, drove his car into the Northern Illinois Health Clinic after learning that the FDA had approved the drug RU-486. He pulled out an ax before being forced to the ground by the owner of the building who fired two warning shots from a shotgun.[22]
    * June 11, 2001: An unsolved bombing at a clinic in Tacoma, Washington destroyed a wall, resulting in US$6000 in damages.[20]
    * July 4, 2005: A clinic Palm Beach, Florida was the target of an arson. The case remains open.[20]
    * December 12, 2005: Patricia Hughes and Jeremy Dunahoe threw a Molotov cocktail at a clinic in Shreveport, Louisiana. The device missed the building and no damage was caused. In August 2006, Hughes was sentenced to six years in prison, and Dunahoe to one year. Hughes claimed the bomb was a “memorial lamp” for an abortion she had had there.[23]
    * September 13, 2006 David McMenemy of Rochester Hills, Michigan crashed his car into the Edgerton Women's Care Center in Davenport, Iowa. He then doused the lobby in gasoline and then started a fire. McMenemy committed these acts in the belief that the center was performing abortions, however Edgerton is not an abortion clinic.[24]
    * April 25, 2007: A package left at a women's health clinic in Austin, Texas contained an explosive device capable of inflicting serious injury or death. A bomb squad detonated the device after evacuating the building. Paul Ross Evans (who had a criminal record for armed robbery and theft) was found guilty of the crime.[25]
    * May 9, 2007: An unidentified person deliberately set fire to a Planned Parenthood clinic in Virginia Beach, Virginia.[26]
    * December 6, 2007: Chad Altman and Sergio Baca were arrested for the arson of Dr. Curtis Boyd's clinic in Albuquerque. Altman’s girlfriend had scheduled an appointment for an abortion at the clinic.[27]
    * January 22, 2009 Matthew L. Derosia, 32, who was reported to have had a history of mental illness [28] rammed a SUV into the front entrance of a Planned Parenthood clinic in St. Paul, Minnesota.[29]

Just a few though.

Maybe Muslim terrorist had more killings in one time, but anti abortionist still hold the number 1 position of the amount of terrorist attacks.

Huh? Are you concluding that all anti-abortionists are Christians? Or in the above post, that all Klan members are killing in the name of Christ?

There is a HUUUGGEE difference here. The Muslim terrorists today kill in the name of Allah/Muhammed or w/e they believe. They physically BELIEVE that if they kill FOR their God, they will get into heaven. Way different than a mother who wants all life a chance, or the KKK who kill because of skin color. Sure, some of the KKK/anti-abortionists could be Christian, but most of them do it for the cause, not for God.

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« Reply #115 on: November 25, 2010, 01:06:20 AM »
I'm willing to bet that all anti-abortionists that commit acts of terrorism are Christian extremists.
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« Reply #116 on: November 25, 2010, 01:52:05 AM »

Huh? Are you concluding that all anti-abortionists are Christians? Or in the above post, that all Klan members are killing in the name of Christ?

There is a HUUUGGEE difference here. The Muslim terrorists today kill in the name of Allah/Muhammed or w/e they believe. They physically BELIEVE that if they kill FOR their God, they will get into heaven. Way different than a mother who wants all life a chance, or the KKK who kill because of skin color. Sure, some of the KKK/anti-abortionists could be Christian, but most of them do it for the cause, not for God.

Wait, so you claim generalizing all of one group is incorrect, but generalizing all of another is correct?

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« Reply #117 on: November 25, 2010, 02:37:37 AM »

Huh? Are you concluding that all anti-abortionists are Christians? Or in the above post, that all Klan members are killing in the name of Christ?

There is a HUUUGGEE difference here. The Muslim terrorists today kill in the name of Allah/Muhammed or w/e they believe. They physically BELIEVE that if they kill FOR their God, they will get into heaven. Way different than a mother who wants all life a chance, or the KKK who kill because of skin color. Sure, some of the KKK/anti-abortionists could be Christian, but most of them do it for the cause, not for God.

Wait, so you claim generalizing all of one group is incorrect, but generalizing all of another is correct?

Don't you know its alright to generalise Muslims cos they all think the same and believe the same and act the same.
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« Reply #118 on: November 25, 2010, 05:15:08 AM »
I might be wrong but isn't the amount of terrorist attacks by fundamentalist Christians way higher than by Muslims in USA?

Look kids i can make wacky claims without any kind of evidence to back it up.  Fun stuff.

Arson, bombing, and property crime

According to NAF, since 1977 in the United States and Canada, property crimes committed against abortion providers have included 41 bombings, 173 arsons, 91 attempted bombings or arsons, 619 bomb threats, 1630 incidents of trespassing, 1264 incidents of vandalism, and 100 attacks with butyric acid ("stink bombs").[10] The first clinic arson occurred in Oregon in March 1976 and the first bombing occurred in February 1978 in Ohio.[16] More recent incidents have included:[5]

    * December 25, 1984: An abortion clinic and two physicians' offices in Pensacola, Florida were bombed in the early morning of Christmas Day by a quartet of young people (Matt Goldsby, Jimmy Simmons, Kathy Simmons, Kaye Wiggins) who later called the bombings "a gift to Jesus on his birthday."[17][18][19]
    * October 1999: Martin Uphoff set fire to a Planned Parenthood clinic in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, causing US$100 worth of damage. He was later sentenced to 60 months in prison.[20]
    * May 28, 2000: An arson at a clinic in Concord, New Hampshire on resulted in damage estimated at US$20,000. The case remains unsolved.[21]
    * September 30, 2000: John Earl, a Catholic priest, drove his car into the Northern Illinois Health Clinic after learning that the FDA had approved the drug RU-486. He pulled out an ax before being forced to the ground by the owner of the building who fired two warning shots from a shotgun.[22]
    * June 11, 2001: An unsolved bombing at a clinic in Tacoma, Washington destroyed a wall, resulting in US$6000 in damages.[20]
    * July 4, 2005: A clinic Palm Beach, Florida was the target of an arson. The case remains open.[20]
    * December 12, 2005: Patricia Hughes and Jeremy Dunahoe threw a Molotov cocktail at a clinic in Shreveport, Louisiana. The device missed the building and no damage was caused. In August 2006, Hughes was sentenced to six years in prison, and Dunahoe to one year. Hughes claimed the bomb was a ?memorial lamp? for an abortion she had had there.[23]
    * September 13, 2006 David McMenemy of Rochester Hills, Michigan crashed his car into the Edgerton Women's Care Center in Davenport, Iowa. He then doused the lobby in gasoline and then started a fire. McMenemy committed these acts in the belief that the center was performing abortions, however Edgerton is not an abortion clinic.[24]
    * April 25, 2007: A package left at a women's health clinic in Austin, Texas contained an explosive device capable of inflicting serious injury or death. A bomb squad detonated the device after evacuating the building. Paul Ross Evans (who had a criminal record for armed robbery and theft) was found guilty of the crime.[25]
    * May 9, 2007: An unidentified person deliberately set fire to a Planned Parenthood clinic in Virginia Beach, Virginia.[26]
    * December 6, 2007: Chad Altman and Sergio Baca were arrested for the arson of Dr. Curtis Boyd's clinic in Albuquerque. Altman?s girlfriend had scheduled an appointment for an abortion at the clinic.[27]
    * January 22, 2009 Matthew L. Derosia, 32, who was reported to have had a history of mental illness [28] rammed a SUV into the front entrance of a Planned Parenthood clinic in St. Paul, Minnesota.[29]

Just a few though.

Maybe Muslim terrorist had more killings in one time, but anti abortionist still hold the number 1 position of the amount of terrorist attacks.


Ive done this before...and used the same stats I think....shall we compared body counts?  You should find my post.  Its quite enlightening.

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Huh? Are you concluding that all anti-abortionists are Christians? Or in the above post, that all Klan members are killing in the name of Christ?

Of for the love of the fucking spaghetti monster wake up you ignorant fuck. Don't you see the fucking similarities? The Muslim extremists do not fucking represent most of modern Islam! Most Muslims are quite happy to spend their days working out how to pay the mortgage and how to put food on their families (sorry, couldn't resist a Bushism)

Fucking Hell, where do you get off generalising Muslims but pulling the old-as-fuck 'No-true-Scotsman' defence for YOUR fucking brand of bronze-age mythology?! Oh wait, I forgot that followers of the One True Faith (TM) were allowed to do that, except of course that ALL faiths think they're the 'One True Faith'